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CBR News caught up with writer Bruce Jones to talk about his plans for the new "Warlord" and what readers can expect from his One Year Later "Nightwing."
UPDATED 7:15 PM PST - Marvel Comics held a press conference today with Joss Whedon to discuss his return to "Astonishing X-Men." We've got the full transcript of Joss Whedon and Editor Mike Marts's chat with the assembled press.
When Image Comics first laucnhed, Jim Valentino joined those ranks with his creator owned "ShadowHawk." After letting other artists and writers play with the character a bit, Valentino retuns to the character he created.
Peter Parker has a new love interest, Keanu may put the trenchcoat back on, Mulder isn't getting gamma irradiated after all, Bryan Singer may be throwing buckets of cash out a window, plus new data about "Smallville," "Justice League" and the sequel to "Batman Begins."
A ragtag group of American soldiers stumble upon a Nazi superweapon and the Nazi's don't want the American brass out. We chatted with Shannon Eric Denton & Keith Giffen who're handling the writing chores on "Grunts" from Arcana Studios.
Aside from hints about Clark Kent's centennial episode and Mulder getting angry, the news is dominated by indies, like Dan Clowes and Christopher getting their due, and Abe Sapien getting animated, all in today's news summary.
Marvel comics has released preview pages from "X-Men" #182, which features the return of one of the X-Men's greatest foes, Apocalypse. Plus, the cover to "X-Men" #185.
DC Comics has announced that veteran artist Dan Jurgens has signed an exclusive contract with the company. Plus, other DC news including Ian Churchill's "Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis" #40 variant cover, the colored cover for Van Sciver's "Green Lantern" #9 variant and more.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2006.
Clark Kent meets the press, Earth's Mightiest Heroes get filed, the Watchtower flies over Canada, Mystique likes Brett Ratner, plus news about "Superman Returns," "V For Vendetta" and more in today's news summary.
This February, in "G.I. Joe: Special Missions: Manhattan" from Devil's Due, readers will learn what happens when a crisis arises and the regular G.I. Joe team is too busy to tackle it. CBR News spoke with the writers involved, B. Clay Moore and Mike O'Sullivan
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2006.
One of the true success stories in independent comics, Dave Sim made a name for himself with "Cerebus" and makes his return to comics with "Gun Fu." CBR News spoke exclusively with the creator, who explained why he came back and what's next.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in April of 2006.
The year's biggest news summary starts off your week right with lots of new looks at Metropolis, mutant madness for Vinnie Jones and Kelsey Grammer, a look at Marvel's first DVD feature, more Natalie Portman goodness, plus news on "Smallville," "Transformers," "Ghost Rider," "Punisher 2," "Teen Titans" and more.
Tom Beland, the creator of "True Story, Swear to God," recently stopped by the CBR Chat Room to discuss his comic, his recent Marvel work, the Spidey bowl, the Thor Helmet, his lightsaber, and other unmentionables. Check out the transcript to see how it all ties together!
CBR Alumni Rob Worley spoke exclusively with CBR News about his new book at Narwain, "Tales of a Forgotten Planet," which sees him teaming with popular artist Andy Kuhn. Includes exclusive preview art.
As readers have learned, CBR News spent some time on the set of "Superman Returns" and spoke extensively to the people involved with the film. Here, for the first time, are choice quotes from Brandon Routh, Bryan Singer & more.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in December, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. DC's "Infinite Crisis" #3 leads the pack this month, with Marvel leading all publishers in sales.
It's your lucky day, for Friday the 13th, since you're not the one headed to jail in Kansas and you're not the one having assassins sent after them. On the other hand, you could be David Goyer, with a fresh new TV show, or get picked by Stan Lee for comics immortality! All this in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
With Valentines Day coming up soon and the prices of roses about to explode, Marvel Comics has a different way for you to feel the love. CBR News spoke with editor Aubrey Sitterson about the "I Heart Marvel" event in February. Includes preview art.
Marvel Comics' rich universe has always been home to some shady players and with "Underworld," we'll see what it's like to be a villain in a world with the Avengers & more. Writer Frank Tieri spoke to CBR News about the book and provided exclusive preview art.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews of their comics shipping January 18th including "Girls" #9, "Rex Mundi" #16 and "Season of the Witch" #3.
Brandon Routh talks about finding his super-way, Brian Bendis closes in on cashing a check, Kirk Jones makes it official, Sideswipe proves to be a fake, along side news about "Justice League," "Spider-Man 3," "Wonder Woman" and much more in a jam-packed news summary.
One of the most respected authors in the world, Deepak Chopra is now bringing his unique vision to comic books, with Virgin Comics. CBR News spoke exclusively with the renowned self-help guru, who revealed the upcoming projects from Virgin.
Marvel Comics promised a new costume for Spider-Man after the "Other" event and it seems that the change may be more radical than expected. A newly released image hints at what may be the new uniform for, arguably, the world's most popular super-hero.
With a quick sell-out of issue #0, "HyperActives" is already a small-press success. The rest of the initial mini-series promises even more thrills, according to co-creator and artist Clint Hilinksi, who spoke to CBR News and provided exclusive preview art.
Is that an Autobot in that MPEG file, or is someone just happy to see you? Also, Uma probably won't get blown away, Bruce Banner is looking for a sign from higher powers, Kal-El gets his glare on, Ben Grimm lacks reading material, Mystique shows her stuff and much more.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with a look at the Ethan Van Sciver's variant cover to "Green Lantern" #9, in stores next month.